Our yachts in SE Asia

Catamarans are the perfect way of exploring around the exotic seas of SE Asia. Their shallow draft allows access to places that deeper keeled yachts can’t access; and their expansive deck space is perfect for the tropical climate.

What’s Included

Not all yacht charter companies are created equally…… blah blah blah….

Inclusion The 'Other Guys' SeaScape
Diesel Refill diesel tanks at end of charter
Allow around 200-250 €/wk
Water 20-30 euro per fill Included
Boat insurance Typical security deposit around 1500-2000€ Included
Mooring fees Varies hugely from 0-80 €/night Included
End cleaning DIY at end of charter or pay up —approx 80-120 € Included
Skipper 140-160 €/day. "On duty" time generally considered to be sailing only.
Do your own shopping, sightseeing, and make sure you pay for/provide skipper's meals too!
Our skippers keep the boat well stocked with provisions, tell/show you the coolest local places to go.
Your insider connection to the locals and our little SeaScape "family".
Learn to sail? Not usually.
Depends on the goodwill of the freelance skipper you get.
Informal sailing tips always available!
We're more than happy if people want to get involved in sailing the yachts.
Provisioning Breakfasts, lunches, soft drinks, unlimited help-yourself snacks, fresh fruit, etc...
Alcohol First Happy Hour round is on us - then you're welcome to BYO!
Dinner Usually ashore in a restaurant
(in Thailand, about half of our dinners are onboard, prepared by our amazing cook!)
Meal service We all help out!
Linen Make your own beds! We make 'em the first day; after that, it's up to you!
Varies according to boat chosen.
Plus all the extras.

Add up all the extras for a bareboat-with-skipper and you'll find our prices are generally less.

Frequently Asked Questions

What’s this ‘Med Mooring’ I keep hearing about?

Great question! We’ll go through that when you get here, but for now it’s enough to know that it gets exciting at times, especially when the crosswind gets up. It’s worth it in the end though, and we always celebrate with something cold when we’re done!

Are we going to sail today?

Please be quiet.